Keynote for the Zukunftsinstitut.
On Experimental Travel
University of Brighton, UK
Future Scenarios for >> Airports in Provinces. – Airport Frankfurt Hahn 2050 <<. – An initiative of the Project Rheinland-Pfalz. Stephanie Brandt and two other international experts guide students of all 5 state architecture faculties in the development of new, innovative concepts.
The focus is on the airport’s prospects on an international scale. Reciprocal actions between the rural areas and the airport activities as well as new, alternative developments are discussed.
Against the Grain: On the narrative characteristics of architecture
Date: 16th and 17th January 2015
Our particular interest with this symposium is to investigate and open up a debate on the importance of narrative design not only in the 60s-90s, but today – and for future terms. Is narrative architecture (still) relevant to current conditions? How is it being used and adapted in theory and practice today?
Guest lecture , Stephanie Brandt at the MA Narrative Environments Course, Central Saint Martins College, London.
other, more traditional methods of architecture? …
ARCHITEKTURPOSITIONEN #102: Stephanie Brandt on: Expanding Architecture.
>> Urban Touch Points << guest lecture by Stephanie Brandt at the Ecosign Academy, Cologne
Springer Publishers brings out essay by Stephanie Brandt based on the Living Landscapes podium discussions held at The Building Centre, Store Street, London, organised by Stephanie Brandt and Carol Mancke.
Series: Springer Geography. ISBN 978-94-017-8535-8
FRAME Magazine (Amsterdam), Bureau Europa (Maastricht) and Marres, Centre for Contemporary Culture (Maastricht) commission Stephanie Brandt as mentor for >> The Great Indoors Workshop << in Maastricht, NL
Stephanie Brandt in >> AlterArchitectures Manifesto << – A first bound collection of works pioneers, economists, architects, philosophers, geographers and critics concerning alternative, innovative means to (re) shape our cities. ISBN 9 782884 742641
Stephanie Brandt.Net awarded >> Innovative Practice Europa << by The European Forum for Architectural Policies (EFAP).
The British Music Experience (BME) Gallery, London commissions Stephanie Brandt with the development, organisation and curation of a 1-day live event. The aim is to shed light on the role of sound within architecture, spatial design and –experience.
Stephanie Brandt is one of 50 focused thinkers, activists and leaders who have been selected to be part of >> HotHouse – discussing sustainment as project and process << at the Griffith University, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane, AU.
Stephanie Brandt & Ariane Wilson at >> The Global Composition – Conference on Sound, Media and the Environment, HS Darmstadt. << Book publication, ISBN 978-3-00-038817-0
Stephanie Brandt and Carol Mancke develop and curate the lecture series and podium discussions on >> Living Landscapes << for The Building Centre, Store Street, London.
Session 1 : Public space and politics. Session 2: Art and agency – formal and informal approaches to art in the public realm. Session 3: Alternative/subversive urban practices
Stephanie Brandt runs a seminar as part of the MA term subject at the department for architecture and urban planning, HS Anhalt, Dessau:
>> The Urban and the Rural – Response design for complex environmental tasks. <<
Stephanie Brandt talks at the conference >> The Right to the City – Sub-cultural Claims to the City << Sydney, AU.
>> PLANOS DE (INTER)SECCIÓN: Dialogues between Architecture and Philosophy. <<- Since 2009 Stephanie Brandt is a member of the international research platform Inter(Section), Universidad Europea de Madrid, ES. First results of their work are now published.
For the second time Stephanie Brandt is invited as a visiting professor at The Department of Advanced Studies, The Ion Mincu University Bucharest, RO.
The Nottingham Trent University, School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, UK, invites Stephanie Brandt to give a talk about her research work on >> Living Landscapes <<.
Stephanie Brandt’s paper proposal, for the 6th International Design & Emotion Conference, Hong Kong, has been recommended for >> Best Paper Award <<.